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Request a Consultation

Call 336-538-7481 to meet with a Cone Health representative and develop an EACP plan tailored to your organization.

Existing Partners

Call 336-538-7481 for virtual appointments and crisis support.

Employee Assistance Counseling Program

Give your organization’s employees the tools they need to succeed. Through the Cone Health employee assistance counseling program (EACP), your employees learn how to manage conflicts and personal issues—so they can focus on their jobs. 

Other reasons why your employees should use EACP: 

  • Stress
  • Marital Conflict
  • Depression
  • Substance Abuse
  • Loss and Grief
  • Family Problems
  • Job Burnout
  • Anxiety
  • Aging Parents
  • Parenting or School Problems
  • Financial Stress
  • Loss of Life Direction
  • Workplace Difficulties 

Let our licensed, experienced therapists help your employees create a positive and safe work environment. 

Personal & Financial Guidance

When your employees successfully take care of personal matters, you may notice reduced absenteeism and improved morale. That’s why Cone Health EACP gives your employees access to:

  • Confidential individual, couples and family counseling that benefits relationships and behavioral health conditions
  • 24/7 access to a supportive staff therapist through our helpline, 336-538-7481
  • Free financial counseling sessions 

Your organization receives statistics on employee usage of EACP services, so you see the return on your investment. 

Your Partner in Work Wellness

Partner with the Cone Health EACP team to give your organization ongoing, cost-effective support, including:

  • Workshops and lunch and learns on a broad range of topics, such as teambuilding, stress management and preventing sexual harassment
  • Management consultations that sharpen leadership skills and offer strategies for helping employees work more effectively
  • Crisis intervention and debriefing to help your employees process a distressing event and determine next steps 

You’ll appreciate quarterly opportunities to meet with your peers from other Cone Health partner companies, listen to guest speakers and discuss ways to resolve common workplace issues. 

 Locations

  • Burlington
    Alamance Regional Medical Center
    1238 Huffman Mill Road
    Burlington, NC 27215
  • Greensboro 
    (Across from Friendly Center)
    600 Green Valley Road, Suite 204
    Greensboro, NC 27408
  • Reidsville
    Annie Penn Hospital
    618 South Main Street
    Reidsville, NC 27320

EACP Brochures

Stress

Download and print one of our brochures to share with someone that may need assistance in these areas:

Wellness Matters

  • Parents’ Guide to Managing Stress While Remote Learning

    Parents’ Guide to Managing Stress While Remote Learning

    Many parents and caregivers are balancing work and remote learning with their children from home. While staying home helps slow the spread of COVID-19, it may also be stressful for both the child and caregiver. Jenna Mendelson, PhD, a licensed clinical psychologist with LeBauer HealthCare, provides strategies to help manage the stress of this new normal during COVID-19.
    September 2, 2020
  • It's Not Just You, It's Stress and Anxiety!

    It's Not Just You, It's Stress and Anxiety!

    Stress and anxiety can seem like constant companions these days. While we can't avoid stress and anxiety completely, these simple self-care tools can help you manage your response to them.
    August 27, 2020
  • Strategies for Managing Remote Learning Stress & Separation Anxiety for Caregivers and Students

    Strategies for Managing Remote Learning Stress & Separation Anxiety for Caregivers and Students

    Licensed clinical psychologist Jenna Mendelson, PhD, shares remote-learning stress-management strategies for you and your kids this school year in this week's 2 Your Well-Being discussion with WFMY News 2.
    August 10, 2020